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Digging History April 2018 <p><strong>Enjoy the April 2018 edition (Civil War Theme):</strong></p><ul><li>National Traitor or American Martyr:  John Brown\'s Enigmatic Position in History</li><li>The Civil War Before THE Civil War</li><li>Hell No, We Won\'t Go! - The New York City Draft Riots</li><li>When Johnny Came Marching Home (Without an Arm or Leg)</li><li>Yankee Doodle Dandies:  Civil War Silk Stocking Regiments</li><li>Winning the War by the \"Hundreds\"</li><li>North and South:  Profiles in Courage</li><li>And more! <a href=\"https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xb3J26ahEmc&amp;t=8s\" target=\"_blank\" rel=\"noopener\">Preview this issue here</a>.</li></ul> 4 stars, based on 1 reviews 0 5
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Enjoy the April 2018 edition (Civil War Theme):

  • National Traitor or American Martyr:  John Brown's Enigmatic Position in History
  • The Civil War Before THE Civil War
  • Hell No, We Won't Go! - The New York City Draft Riots
  • When Johnny Came Marching Home (Without an Arm or Leg)
  • Yankee Doodle Dandies:  Civil War Silk Stocking Regiments
  • Winning the War by the "Hundreds"
  • North and South:  Profiles in Courage
  • And more! Preview this issue here.

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1 Reviews for April 2018

    April 2018
    I found the story about Stephen Paul in the April 2018 issue of Digging History to be very interesting. The writer intertwined her own voice with the research material in a way that is very compelling. My only complaint is that I couldn’t read the letter that was written in Stephen Paul’s handwriting because it is too light! Still, including a picture of the actual letter drew me deeper into the mystery of this man.
    Rating: 4 out of 5
  • Jennifer A. - Wednesday, August 8, 2018
    I found the story about Stephen Paul in the April 2018 issue of Digging History to be very interesting. The writer intertwined her own voice with the research material in a way that is very compelling. My only complaint is that I couldn’t read the letter that was written in Stephen Paul’s handwriting because it is too light! Still, including a picture of the actual letter drew me deeper into the mystery of this man.
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